Getting the basics to our fellow Vancouverites.

      Brand new socks + undies for adults living with serious mental illness.

    The basics for mental health since 2006.  

 

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   Warm Em Up’s #2020vision is to deliver 2 0 2 0 pairs of new socks + underwear this Valentine’s Day at The Kettle Society.  

                                                                       

 

THANK YOU VANCOUVER.

We have delivered thousands upon thousands of  brand new pairs of adult socks + underwear over the years. You organize item drives as Warmbassadors, visit our participating drop off locations with your thoughtful selections, arrange drop offs with us despite inclement weather, and donate generously so we can do the shopping for you.

This coming together ends up being about much more than these undergarments – together we’re weaving a stronger social fabric.

See some of the highlights on Instagram @warmemup

Warm Em Up! started out of the trunk of a car in 2006 as an initiative to help empower fellow Vancouverites living with serious mental illnesses.

Individuals were communicating very simple and specific needs going unmet. Everyone deserves to know they’re heard. And so it began.

 


Background

Learn more about the history of Warm Em Up! and the reason why this campaign is important: Background

Campaign

The details about Warm Em Up! can be found here. Learn more about our campaign: Campaign

Partners

Warm Em Up! is successful in large part to the numerous partners and individuals that have contributed to the campaign.

Learn more about our partners and the contacts that are helping build mental health awareness within their local communities: Partners


Contact Us

We would love to hear from you. If you have any questions about the campaign, or about sponsorship opportunities, please contact us below.

If you have any general comments or would like to share your personal story, you may also use the form to send us some information, so that we can connect and spread awareness about mental health.

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